5-day paid leave to care for relatives


The Family Law continues on its way and the Ministry of Social Rights and the 2030 Agenda will take it to the Council of Ministers next Tuesday with a care leave five days a yearanother eight weeks until the child is 8 years old and the equalization of the rights of single-parent families with two children to those of numerous families, as confirmed to Europa Press by sources from the Ministry of Social Rights.

Among the main measures included in the law, the extension of the parenting rent of 100 euros per month for each dependent child under 3 years of age, a paid care leave of five days a year to care for a relative up to the second degree or a cohabitant, and an eight-week parental leave, which can be taken continuously or intermittently, until the minor is 8 years old.

In the initial proposal of the Ministry of Social Rights and the Ministry of Equality, a paid care leave of up to 9 days (in the event that it involved a trip to another autonomous community) and 7 (if it is in the residence), a proposal that has finally been reduced to five days, which is what the European Union recommends in Directive 2019/1158 .

Another novelty that will be included in the law is the consideration that the single parent families with two children be considered as large families in order to obtain social benefits, one of the demands championed by Unidas Podemos within the budget negotiation.

They will also take into account large family families with two children where an ascendant or descendant has a disability and families with two children headed by a victim of gender violence or by a spouse who has obtained exclusive guardianship and custody without the right to alimony, according to the same sources.

The budget agreement between PSOE and Unidas Podemos contemplated that the Family Law would reach the Council of Ministers in urgent proceedings, which implied that it would reach the government body in the first round before the end of October.

From Podemos they warned at the end of October that the approval of the Family Law seemed to be in a “blocked” situation and they appreciated in the PSOE some attempt to “reduce” the scope of the regulations in the agreed terms.

The Minister for Social Rights and the 2030 Agenda, Ione Belarra, declared last May that she felt “especially proud to be part of a country that has assumed changes in family models quite naturally.” “I think it is time for the institutions to be able to live up to our people, to live up to the country we have,” Belarra said at the time.

Source: lainformacion.com

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